Terminal 5

London, United Kingdom

Terminal Information

A café, an Italian restaurant and a modern British pub can all be found before Security. Around a dozen restaurants, sandwich bars, and pubs complete the eating options at Terminal 5. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has a restaurant here called Plane Food, making an impression on foodies from across the world. It has runway views, and is also offers takeout. Traditional British comfort food can be sampled at Huxley’s Restaurant and Bar, as well as cooked breakfasts which are served around the clock. Those in a hurry may want to consider the Asian restaurant chain Wagamama – all dishes are cooked and served within 15 minutes of ordering. Caviar House & Prunier also offers a 15-minute menu, as well as à la carte dining. Widely recognized for the high quality of its caviar, it serves a variety of luxury seafood dishes worth trying.

Before Security, a newsstand and luggage store sell essentials. After Security, in addition to a dedicated duty-free space, around 55 stores offer a broad range of airport retail therapy. Travellers can pick up souvenirs at iconic British gourmet brand Fortnum & Mason, as well as the Glorious Britain gift store. British designers and luxury merchants with outlets here include Stella McCartney, Aspinal of London, Smythson of Bond Street and Thomas Pink.

  • Art gallery (before Security)
  • ATMs
  • Children’s play area
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • Multi-faith prayer room
  • Pharmacy (before & after Security)


  • Changing places
  • Induction loops (look for the sign showing the 'sympathetic ear' symbol)
  • Special assistance area

There are 3 outlets serving coffee, hot snacks, salad pots, juices and milkshakes in Arrivals.

Buy a local SIM, and pick up groceries, travel essentials and healthcare items for your onward journey. There is also a barber and last-minute duty free is available in the Baggage Claim hall.

  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Information points

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Induction loops (look for the sign showing the 'sympathetic ear' symbol)
  • Text payphones

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